Frank W. Again Successful: Scores Another Runaway Victory at Oriental Park-Shipment for Kentucky Friday, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-01


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1 I FRANK W. AGAIN SUCCESSFUL Scores Another Runaway Victory at Oriental Park — Shipment for Kentucky Friday. HAVANA. Culm. February 2*.— jr. Goldblatts Frank W. came back after an impressive victory in the Independence Handicap last week and duplicated that race when he made a runaway affair of the fifth race at Oriental Park this afternoon. The Goldblatt racer, ridden by Penman, was raced in front under restraint until rounding the far turn, where be increased his advantage and in the stretch drew away into a long lead to win in a canter. Mayor House, which furnished what contention there was in the early stages, was tiring, but was second, a length in front of Hutchison, the latter being a half-dozen lengths in back of the winner. The races were run over a drying out track and was heavy next to the inside rail, but in fairly good condition on the outside half. Ravensea came from a long way back to win th" opening race by a neck from Primitive. The latter made all the pace, but tired badly when the final test came. Plurality won the second because he was the best ridden of the three. Penman picked the best of the footing: with liis mount, while Morrissey kept Stonewall, the favorite, next to the inside rail, where it was heavy. In the last sixteenth, when Stonewall quit. Plurality took t lie load and at the finished outgamod Coseorron. which made a determined effort in the stretch run. Tony Beau proved an easy winner in the third. He was ridden by Schcffol. followed the leaders until making the turn at the homestretch, where he eame through on the inside with a rush and when he got out in front was taken outside, where the fooling was firmer. Stanley was the victim of poor judgment on the part of his rider, who kept him under a choking pull on the backstreteh. where he raced next to the inside rail in the heaviest going. Word was received this afternoon hat Andy Blakely would shin W. Daniels two Cuban Derby candidates. Lighter and Costigan. from New Or-leaus Saturday. The colts are due to arrive here Monday. Botii are reported in condition for their Derby engagement. Jockey Nolan will accompany Blakely on tin- trip. Jockey Mack Garner, who has been riding at New Orleans, is expected here this week and will ride during the remainder of the Oriental Park meeting. He has been engaged to ride one of the Blakely colts in the Derby and all the three-year-old racers which Blakely has to stall. Msec Gold Matt will have the other calls on Garners services. General manager F. .1. Bnien has extensive plans under way for the entertainment t f the banner crowd at Oriental Park next Sunday, when tin |S,wM Union CM Handicap, at a mile and a sixteenth, will have its deeision. This handicap will have at least ten contestant* should the track be fast. Among the probable starters are General Menoeal. Mayor House. Sweep Clean. Billy Barton, Frank . Tomahoi. Eleanor S.. Inquiry, The Loop- ard, Louis A.. Ticacey and Sea Prince. Dr. F. W. Ashe reports that Hie good brood mare Dona Grafton foaled a fine looking hay csit by Bistouri his morning at Oriental Park Stuck Farm. A dozen horses will be shipped Friday to LexittJC-lon. Ky.. to be rested tqi at that place. Included in Hie shipment will be Lonls A.. Ethel Vale. Col. Pal. Blue Dale, the property of OMoara Br**,; Missed the Time anil Cotton Blossom, belonging to .1. 1,. Hall: Candle Light and Quaker, belonging lo E. T. Baxter; Daaaa Roma and Yellow Blaanosn. the property of Keen I.ros.: Old Folks, owned by A. E. Brewster, and Perplexity, which Col. K. 1.. Baker recently leek out of a claiming race.

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